Loyola High School is extremely grateful for the financial support from the entire community and is honored to recognize extraordinary giving through the following societies:
The President of Loyola High School, Father Gregory M. Goethals, SJ ’73 is honored to provide special recognition to supporters that make an annual contribution of $5,000 or more.
St. Ignatius Circle
Supporters of $7,500 or more will receive special recognition and invitations from Father Goethals to VIP events.
Loyola High School created the Magis Society in 2006 to honor the extraordinary generosity of those who have contributed at least one million dollars to the school. The spirit and meaning of “Magis” comes from the Latin word for “more.” St. Ignatius of Loyola frequently employed the term to describe those who desire “to do greater things for God.” All those in the Magis Society are recognized in perpetuity on the Magis Wall in Ruppert Hall. Additionally, members of the Magis Society receive invitations to special gatherings hosted by the Board Chair and the President of Loyola High School.
The Loyola Heritage Circle is Loyola High School’s gift legacy group. The Loyola Heritage Circle recognizes those thoughtful donors who have included the school in their wills or estate plans as well as those whose support comes from a planned gift. All donors are recognized in the entry of Ruppert Hall.